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Facebook: covenantfarmsltd. A small homestead farm, focused on sustainability, pasture and natural animal health. Herd is primarily miniature Jerseys. They produce A2/A2 and standard raw milk, and breeding stock for herdshares and those wishing to have their own milk cow. In order to be sustainable, they utilize management intensive grazing to utilize all grass and give the necessary rest. Hay and stockpiled grass is fed during the winter months; cows receive no grain - they are a grass-only farm. The focus is on healthy animals and pasture (no antibiotics/hormones). Vaccination: Bangs only (required for shipping animals). Prices: seasonal herdshare program (milk available April Nov.): $50/share buy-in; jar deposit: $10. Monthly board for standard cowshare: $45. Monthly board for A2/A2 cowshare: $55. Half shares also available (one Share = 1 gallon milk/week). Directions to farm: Located on the southwest corner of O Street and 59th Avenue in Greeley, CO. Open daily with self pick-up at the Greeley Farm, and at Cresset Farm in North Fort Collins. Farm tours by appointment. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
A young family starting up a herd of mixed breed A2 cows on a small farm. They raise the cattle naturally on a clover/grass pasture throughout the summer and an alfalfa/grass hay mix in the winter. They are also fed ground oats during milking and Agridynamics minerals free choice. The cows are soy and GMO-free. The milk is $6/ half gallon. They also have cream, raw honey, maple syrup, soy-free pastured eggs, chicken, and pork. They are closed Sundays. Contact them in advance to schedule a milk pickup. Customers bring their own containers for milk. They are located 1.5 miles off Highway 65 between Isanti and Cambridge, MN. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Facebook: littlecreekfarming. They raise Katahdin sheep, Oberhasli dairy goats, various chickens and pigs on a small homestead using natural practices. They offer goatshares to provide customers with raw goat milk during milking season, which runs from March to October. They also sell lamb, pork and eggs. The homestead is located in southern Stafford County. Tours are available by appointment. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
This small family-owned farm in Robertson County, Tennessee raises Lamancha dairy goats under the herd name Mercy Morning Homestead and offers a herd-share program for their raw milk. The goats rotationally graze and browse on unsprayed pastures and are fed Certified Organic feed. They are supplied with free-choice minerals and rainwater collected from the roof of the barns.
In addition to the dairy, the primary farm, Fruit of the Earth, offers organic pasture-raised turkeys every fall for Thanksgiving. They also sell fruit-bearing plants (such as raspberries, blackberries, currants, elderberry, etc.) and perennial herbs twice a year in partnership with friends at Paradise Produce Farm in Pleasant View at their semi-annual plant sales. Follow them on Facebook if you would like to see regular updates. Facebook.com/FruitOfTheEarthTN
Email: fotefarmtn at gmail.com
Farmer's statement: "On our farm, we believe in holistic and organic practices for everything from our plants to our animals to ourselves. We treat any issues with parasites or ailments with every possible natural means and only resort to allopathic remedies if the wellbeing of the goat is otherwise in the balance."
Grassfed, raw milk herdshares. This family farm has tested A2/A2 cow milk from sanitary milking and storage environments, using sustainable farm practices. No antibiotics, hormones, GMO grain, or chemical wormers ever used. All natural and organic products used on cows; and hay is grown organically by the owners. Cows graze in rotations on irrigated pasture. Each share costs $40/month for boarding fee, which entitles shareholders to one gallon of cream-line milk weekly. Milk is available year-round with easy self-serve pick up at the farm. Delivery routes are possible. They also offer grassfed beef, milk-fed pork, and in-season garden vegetables and fruit. Member WAPF, FTCLDF, registered with Colorado's Dept. of Public Health & Environment, milk is tested by TDA Lab regularly. Call for farm tour and tasting. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Facebook: NaturalHomestead. The Coopers have a small herd of Nubian and Nubian/Saanen cross dairy goats. Raised on rotational pasture or grass based non-GMO diet. They restrict the use of chemicals. Goats are hand-milked by the Cooper family. Located eight miles northeast of Lake City with weekly drops in Lake City and Cadillac offered. Farm visits are encouraged - scheduling is requested. Full herdshare; one-time fee of $40 and a monthly fee of $40 will entitle you to 1/7th of a doe's milk and manure. This should average about a gallon a week of milk. Half shares are available. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
This small homestead farm offers raw Jersey cow A2 milk, eggs, and seasonal vegetables and fruits. The farm is all organic, all animals are fed an organic natural GMO-free diet. They do not use any pesticides or chemicals.